Skilling becomes key HR priority as more companies merge roles, use data, and review internal talent, to hire more effectively LinkedIn, the world’s largest professional network, today launched the first edition of the ‘Future of Talent’ report that looked at…
Over the years, the art of hiring has undergone many shifts. But none has been as profound as 2020.
When job postings fail to get back on track despite mega stimulus packages from governments, economic recovery in the short term won’t be easy and breezy.
Hunting for a job in a shrinking economy, an already daunting task, becomes even more mentally draining when hiring managers take ages to reply. Thankfully, a few good practices can help avoid post-interview anxiety and stress.
A positive experience in the recruitment process helps you secure the perfect candidate for your vacancy. Whether you are an organization looking for new talent after the pandemic slowdown or a startup aiming at creating or expanding a team, here are the seven stages of recruitment to follow.
It is evident that looking for a new job has become really tough during these uncertain times. It’s even harder to get a clear idea of how your job interview went. Here are certain points that may help you gauge how likely are you to get the job.
In TimesJobs survey, about 25% of HR managers claimed that management professionals will be hired most by MNCs in 2020. 45% claimed that companies will retain a ‘high performer- low salary employee’ combination in case of layoffs.